After the most challenging year in LeoVegas’ history, the group is on its way to launch more localised brands as part of a proprietary multibrand platform called “Brands of Leo”. Doing so, the group is prepared to reach its previously-announced financial target of EUR 600 m in revenue and EUR 100 m in EBITDA in absolute figures by 2021 and establish itself as the market-leading mobile casino operator globally.
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If you have a tune playing in your head and that melody is by a Swedish rock band Europe that took the world by storm in the 80s, then good news: slots developer Relax Gaming has included this music masterpiece as the theme song in Big Time Gaming’s new Megaways game! So, before you leave for Venus, let’s head for a quick review of what The Final Countdown slot is all about.
LeoVegas is stepping up its presence in Sweden and the Nordics with a brand-new launch that is pixel.bet. Created with the ambition to be the leading website in esports betting, it’s also a no-registration casino that’s been approved by the Swedish Gambling Authority with a five-year license.
Yggdrasil, one of the fastest-growing iGaming developers, has shaken hands with the fifth game developer for the Yggdrasil Game Server (YGS) Masters programme, 4ThePlayer.com. That marks the second deal for this year, with even more to come in the coming months as reported by the CEO earlier this month.